Information Technology Network Specialist
Careers. Choices. Real Life.
What Graduates are Saying
"After attending UW-Stout for a semester and a half, I can confidently say
that I am very happy with my decision to attend WITC, earn my associate degree
and then transfer to Stout. I feel like I know more than everyone in my
networking classes because everything we have covered so far is something that
was at least touched on by my instructors at WITC. I have a broader (and more
detailed) knowledge of networking than students that are a higher grade level.
Students should be very proud of the education they receive at WITC."
"You won't find anyone whose life was changed more by WITC. I'm the
luckiest person in this school, and I'm very happy with the choice I made.
I will graduate in May and maybe someday I'll continue with a four-year degree,
but right now I'm prepared and ready for the job market."
"I'd be managing the
network and helping customers with printer problems, software problems, and
e-mail," he says. "It's exactly what I went to school for."
Information Technology Network Specialist Program